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Ultrasound shows no fetal pole. Do not want to continue pregnancy. Is MT-pill ok?

i am 27 years . i am a 16 days . We have taken ultra sonography . it is showing normal. the details are A single Gestational SAc with Smooth Margin Seen , Intrauterine of 10.3 mm , 5wks , 4days No foetal pole Seen , Cardinac activity not yet seen Yolk Sac is Visualised & appears normal TroPhoblastic Activity appears normal, No subChrorionic Bleed seen Please Advice Me for i dont want to Continue Pregancy. are these below Tablets are correct? MT- PILL 200MG 1 TAB MISOPROST 200 MG TAB Emeset 4 mg
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Since you want medical termination of pregnancy, you need to take these medicines under the guidance of your gynecologist as these are associated with side effects like incomplete abortion and excessive bleeding with severe abdominal pains.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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